Kaizer Chiefs management is expected to exercise a one-year extension on Sfiso Hlanti contract with the club.
According to Siya Crew source the club is expected to trigger the one-year extension on Hlanti’s contract that is ending on June the 30th of this year.
The club’s management is said to have been pondering on the decision since January.
But his performances in the second half of the season convinced the club.
Sfiso Hlanti joined Chiefs back in 2021 on a two-year with an option for a further year on a free transfer.
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The Siya Crew source also revealed that the club is looking to add another year to his extension.
That will see his new contract at the club run until 2025.
However, his injury problems are a big factor for the club.
The 33-year-old missed a host of matches this past season due to injuries but managed to play 30 games in all competitions.
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On the other hand, the club signed Cape Town City FC star Mduduzi Mdantshane.
While putting central defender Njabulo Ngcobo on the transfer list.
Mdantshane joins Thatayaone Ditlhokwe in joining the Naturena based club ahead of next season.